We also took the cameras to photograph and compare different parts of the wood - we found some "smooth bark" and "rough and bumpy" tree stumps. The birds were "chirping" and the robin even came to join in as it "flitted" around in the wood amongst us. We got very excited when we saw him but his red-breast really stood out.
The "soft and spongy" moss was "springy". The leaves "crunched" under our feet and leaves" rustled" in the trees.
It was lovely to see the hedgehog house made by Ella, who was in year 6 last year, placed in amongst the undergrowth.
Zooming in on a close-up with the camera looking at the textures within the wood.
We compared the different colours and the way the sun shone through the trees to change the appearance of the leaves.
We felt the leaves and the bark and compared the colours... look at these shades of green!